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Mariah Carey Drops New David Morales Remix Of ‘Honey’: Listen Now

As part of the 25th anniversary celebration of her 1997 classic, Butterfly, Mariah Carey is releasing an extended edit of “Honey.”

‘Honey’ was remixed by David Morales, the legendary NYC DJ/producer who helped deliver pop divas – including Janet Jackson, Whitney Houston Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, Madonna – to dance floor fame in the ’80s and ’90s and beyond.

Including but not limited to “Dreamlover,” “Fantasy” and “Shake It Off,” Morales worked with Carey throughout her career and as a bonus track on the Butterfly, the chanteuse will re-release, Morales’ “Honey – Another Taste of Honey David Morales Remix” edit that bumps up the BPM, with layers of percussion, rhythm guitar, a string section, a choir and revamped powerhouse vocals.

The remixed edit joins other re-release bonuses including 4K remastered versions of “Honey and “The Roof” music videos, a new Honey music video documentary, classic live performances being released via Carey’s YouTube during September, Butterfly on cassette, and Deluxe Butterfly 4LP and 2LP Editions.

Taking to social media, Carey wrote Friday (9.16) “I will never forget the day I released this album to the world,” “I had never felt more exposed and vulnerable yet free and euphoric at the same time. It was a true EMANCIPATION (no pun intended!) of my spirit, soul and innermost feelings which I poured into every lyric and every note on every song. 25 years later, it’s still one of the proudest moments of my life & career.”

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Author: Saul Goode

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